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Lawyer, town justice opens solo practice


Terrence Brown-Steiner’s new office is a cozy storefront in the heart of downtown East Rochester, and he likes how it feels. “I enjoy people stopping in often just to say ‘hello’,” he said. “It’s a small space but it ended ...

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Tully Rinckey opens Binghamton office

Tully Rinckey PLLC, the Albany-based law firm that has been expanding fast, opened a new office late last month in Binghamton. The office is the firm’s seventh, and its locations include Rochester and Buffalo. The firm focuses on family and ...

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EFPR Group makes acquisition in Florida

EFPR Group LLP has announced the acquisition of its first accounting practice in the Florida market. EFPR Group has purchased the firm of S. Barrie Godown, Certified Public Accountants, located in Jupiter, Florida. The transaction is effective Jan. 1, 2016. ...

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Child Care Council honors providers

Child Care Council Inc. recently honored six child care providers with its annual Start Bright Impact Awards for exemplifying the critical role that high-quality child care plays in the lives of young people. The award recipients were: • Lifetime Achievement ...

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Wegmans joins state to offer holiday meals

Wegmans is one of several business that will team up with the state in a public-private partnership to deliver holiday meals this week to more than 35,000 people. Walmart, the National Supermarket Association, the Coca-Cola Company, PepsiCo and FreshDirect are ...

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Rochester firm supplies PD’s SWAT team

Rochester’s Allstar Tactical LLC announced that it has been chosen to update the rifles used by the city police department’s SWAT team. The company said several officers from the SWAT team worked with it to determine the exact requirements and ...

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Long wait may be ending for NY’s casino projects

Last December a state panel selected three casino projects intended to jumpstart the economy of upstate New York. Developers talked eagerly of ground-breakings, job fairs and a long-anticipated jolt to the upstate economy. Nearly one year later, the three casino ...

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ESL accepting applications for scholarships

High school seniors in the Greater Rochester area have another chance at winning $2,000 to put toward their college expenses. ESL Federal Credit Union is now accepting applications for its annual scholarship program, with five scholarship awards totaling $10,000. Scholarship ...

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2015 Attorneys of the Year recognized


  The Daily Record on Thursday honored 15 members of the legal community its 2015 Attorneys of the Year during a ceremony at the Hyatt Regency Rochester. Approximately 240 people were on hand to honor their colleagues, friends and family ...

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